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Krispy Kreme- 10% off for all students or 20% for student beans members
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Krispy Kreme- 10% off for all students or 20% for student beans members

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Posted 9th Sep 2018
i went to my local Exeter store on Friday and i did not know that they did students discounts until i saw a sign at the store advertising 10% off for students. So a 3 pack of donuts that would be 5.25 would be around 4.75 if you show your student ID.

i also know that if you have a student beans ID you get 20% off the Krispy Kreme online store.

This is a good deal if you are a student and you want to save some money at Krispy Kreme
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Used to hate seeing student deals.

But since signing up for a photography degree and £4,500 of free money just this term alone popping into my bank, I've definitely been convinced that students are in fact wonderful.
Edited by: "robo989" 9th Sep 2018
I can't see £50,000 (average student debt) buy very many of these doughnuts.
robo98909/09/2018 13:29

Used to hate seeing student deals.But since signing up for a photography …Used to hate seeing student deals.But since signing up for a photography degree and £4,500 of free money just this term alone popping into my bank, I've definitely been convinced that students are in fact wonderful.



I think what goes around comes around... your £4500 of free money eventually transforms to payment of taxes and tariffs for your future goods and service.
splender09/09/2018 13:35

I think what goes around comes around... your £4500 of free money …I think what goes around comes around... your £4500 of free money eventually transforms to payment of taxes and tariffs for your future goods and service.


I'm doing it purely for hobby purposes.
I'll never earn more than £25,000 so won't even pay back the £9,000 a year tuition fees.
robo98926 m ago

I'm doing it purely for hobby purposes.I'll never earn more than £25,000 …I'm doing it purely for hobby purposes.I'll never earn more than £25,000 so won't even pay back the £9,000 a year tuition fees.



I know personally many are studying purely as "hobbies" and personal interests across the age range from 18 to 90. The net effect is personal gains tranform into national indebtedness. There are also low paid jobs which require diplomas and they will never earn more than £25,000 per annum.

The debt and interests would be written off in 30 years. £50,000 becomes ~£300,000 in 30 years. Say, one million of students who will never earn enough, the recovery of £300,000,000,000 needs to come from other taxes which then you pay through goods and services or reduction in public services. (After Brexit, more likely these would be through VAT as well as import tariffs.)

This is another mega time bomb, amongst many of living-beyond-our-means, that's why the forked-tongue experts are proposal the student debt to be re-named as graduate contribution' tax.

No matter what fancy political name that you call it. The bottom-line on your buttocks for caning for cash out of your back pocket is the same; similar to re-name "the birch" as "learning development tool". The pain (debt) is the same.
Edited by: "splender" 9th Sep 2018
robo9894 h, 34 m ago

Used to hate seeing student deals.But since signing up for a photography …Used to hate seeing student deals.But since signing up for a photography degree and £4,500 of free money just this term alone popping into my bank, I've definitely been convinced that students are in fact wonderful.


With all that dough, you can make your own dounuts.
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